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bennytwohats last won the day on 9 March 2011

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    Mahrez to Man City shock

    I guess my assessment of the sport is quite different to yours. You’re trying to hold them to a standard that’s personal to you, as a Leicester fan, who has grown up supporting the club. Why would he? He didn’t grow up supporting us, it’s not in his contract that he should respect your dreams. We can barely even claim to be the ones who pay his wages - it’s mostly sky who do that. I get it, you have your view, I respect that even if I don’t agree with it. For me this just isn’t something I can commit so much anger towards - it’s a different perspective but I’d rather reflect on the good times he has given us, of which there have been many. We are getting a good price and at this point I genuinely think it’s in our interest to part ways. But you have stomped around in here basically calling people shit fans if they don’t share your same sense of indignation. That’s why I said you sound bitter.
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    Mahrez to Man City shock

    Dude you sound incredibly bitter about this. Yeah he’s made a few hiccups along the way, but he’s given the clubs/fans so much to celebrate. We’ve done a lot for him, he’s done a lot for us. We have kept him for two years longer than most expected us too, now he’s likely going for a fair price. To stay would be holding back his career. This should be completely amicable for all parties.
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    Chelsea Post Match 0-0

    Good point, feel hard done by not to win though. stupid from Chilwell on both challenges
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    Man United Post Match 2-2!!!

    I thought moss was generally poor but we can’t have any grievances with the sending off. Blame Amartey for that one, not the ref. We had a clear penalty waved away, but then so did united. I thought there were several little decisions that racked up after that against us. Cyclical fouls unpunished by them and soft ones given against us. Happy with that point anyway. One of those draws that feels like a win.
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    Drinkwater signs for Chelsea.

    Agree - just don't say it! Timing of the transfer request and manner of his exit takes some of the shine off his time here too imo. Still, great player for us on the whole. Best of luck to him, will be watching with interest.
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    Mahrez to .......................?

    Completely agree with this. Nicely put.
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    Mahrez to .......................?

    I'm not sure it's him begging it. He's publicly asked to move, today is the last chance of the window - he doesn't want to be stuck on a plane if a bid comes in. That's fair enough, isn't it? It is also quite funny, especially if no bid does come in
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    I don't expect a consensus on here. The rush to defend him at the time was as embarrassing as it was ignorant. The guy is about as dislikeable as footballers come. Take your blue specs off and you would see most football fans in agreement. Dress it up all you want but someone capable of racially abusing people should be no inspiration to young people, whatever other positive characteristics they may have.
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    Except for racially abusing people in casinos and swearing at officials (multiple offender). Hes been a great player for us, but he's clearly a horrible person. Inspiration? No chance
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    And then you have the risk of them not hitting the ground running (or at all). So many players come to England and struggle with the pace and physicality of the league. Take Mkhitarian for example, Bundesliga player of the year and only now starting to look effective in the PL. DD is a proven premier league player - that shouldn't be understated. However, if we are talking about an offer of £40m I think it would be hard to turn down.
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    Ulloa - back to Brighton?

    Agree with your sentiment but Alexander-Arnold is a right back - the Coutinho situation has nothing to do with it
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    Mahrez to .......................?

    Jesus, you guys.... Imagine how you would feel walking back in to work after a 6 week holiday. Don't spout some nonsense about his wages blah blah. Human emotion is relevant - just because he earns more than you doesn't mean he doesn't have the same feelings. The sooner that kind of notion is stamped out the better
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    Loved that
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    Alexis Sanchez

    Just to play devils advocate. He has given a shit load of cash for community projects back in Chile, and is absolutely revered where he is from for it. His contribution in this area has been quite widely recognised and I can think of few Leicester players who are doing anything comparible. You might not like him, but in comparison to someone like Vardy, he comes out looking pretty rosy. Hes also world class at football. Easily in the top 3 players in the league. Pathetic tonight though, lost a lot of respect for him for that. But let's keep it in perspective...
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    Arsenal Post Match Thread

    On point. Invited them on for way too long. Only their own fault they didn't bury us way earlier in the game. Game was crying out for Gray around 60/70 minutes. Disappointed we were so negative and slow to respond.